Computer hardware refers to the physical components that make up a computer system, including the electronic and mechanical parts. These components include the central processing unit (CPU), memory (RAM), storage devices (such as hard drives or solid-state drives), input devices (such as keyboards or mice), output devices (such as monitors or printers), and various other components that enable the computer to function.

The CPU, also known as the processor, is the “brain” of the computer that executes instructions and performs calculations. RAM, or random access memory, is the temporary storage area that the CPU uses to store data and instructions as it processes them. Storage devices provide a more permanent means of storing data, such as documents, music, and photos, while input devices allow users to input data and commands into the computer, such as typing on a keyboard or clicking a mouse. Output devices display or provide access to the results of computer processing, such as showing images on a monitor or printing a document.

Computer hardware can vary in terms of performance, speed, and capacity, depending on the intended use and user requirements. Advances in technology continue to drive improvements in computer hardware, making it faster, smaller, and more powerful.

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Google Glasses: It’s All About Timing

After Google’s announcement of the “Glass Project” back in early 2012, even Google-phials expressed some skepticism in exactly how people could make the optical device a center-piece for like-minded Google fans. Google chose to pull no stops in promoting “Project Glass” during the sneak preview. The compact device consists of a camera,… and that’s about

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